Chris Watts, the Colorado dad who murdered his family, reportedly receiving influx of love letters

Chris Watts is in prison for the rest of his life for killing his two kids and his wife --  but women are reportedly still lining up to be his next love interest.

The Colorado man is reportedly receiving dozens of love letters while behind bars, and on Tuesday prosecutors released dozens of love letters addressed to Watts, Inside Edition reported.

“I feel this connection to you,” a woman named Hannah wrote to the 33-year-old murderer.

“I find myself thinking a lot about you,” another woman, Tatiana, wrote with an attached photo of herself in a bikini.

Watts received three consecutive life sentences in November after pleading guilty to murder charges in the deaths of his wife, Shanann Watts, and their children, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3. The plea deal also included one count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy for the death of the couple’s unborn child, and three counts of tampering with a deceased human body.

Prosecutors did not seek the death penalty in exchange for Watts’ guilty plea.

Shanann Watts was reported missing Aug. 13 when a friend couldn’t reach the pregnant 34-year-old and she missed a doctor’s appointment. The two children were also nowhere to be found at the family’s home in Frederick, a town north of Denver.

Meanwhile, Christopher Watts appeared on local television pleading with the public for his family’s safe return. He was arrested in their murders days later when authorities recovered the girls’ bodies, which were submerged in an oil tank located where their father worked. Shanann Watts was buried in a shallow grave.

Watts later claimed to investigators he killed his wife in “a rage” when he discovered she had strangled their two daughters after he told her he wanted to separate.

"I feel this connection to you."

— Hannah to Chris Watts

Prosecutors have since called Watts' account "a flat-out lie."

Officials said Watts smothered his daughters to death and that Bella had “fought back for her life.” He then strangled his wife.

Fox News’ Katherine Lam and the Associated Press contributed to this report.